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Old 12-12-04, 05:18 AM
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Anyone Recommend a Computer Calender?

I'm looking for some sort of calender to download for my computer. I would like something that always displays the date instead of having to click on the time to see what the date is and also where I'll be able to access the months. I had date manager but it had spyware so I deleted it. Unless maybe it's not that bad and I should keep it but ideally I'm trying to find some sort of date calender that won't have a bunch of spyware and crap that comes with it. I was looking at Kirby Calender or events horizon. Any suggestions would be great. Thanks
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I'm a big fan of Rainlender:
http://www.ipi.fi/~rainy/index.php?p...ect=rainlendar
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Mozilla Calendar Project.

Firefox extension.
Thunderbird extension.
Standalone program: Sunbird

http://www.mozilla.org/projects/calendar/
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I'm going to echo futbol's sentiment and recommend Rainlendar as well.
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Mac folks like me like iCal!
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Just downloaded Rainlender. Very cool program. Low profile and highly configurable.

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Another Rainlender vote
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Originally Posted by toq
I'm going to echo futbol's sentiment and recommend Rainlendar as well.
me too

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